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SATURDAY LIVE: If Only I'd Known...
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PepePepe Forbes offers us memories of sharing a garden with post-war serial killer John Christie.
Sharon Nimmo got caught up in the T5 luggage disaster.
HandsFrances Thornton purchased what she thought was a massager for her arthritic hands...
Andy Hazell in his converted fish carAndy Hazell from Powys spent thousands turning his Vauxhall Corsa into an 18ft (5.5m) scale model of a sea bass. If onl he'd known...
Jerry Schooler suddenly found out the bottles he'd been bottling for 24 years were the wrong size.
Devon farmer Robert Taverner says performing Tai Chi in front of his cows has improved the quality and quantity of their milk.
Robert performing Lazily Buttoning Overalls.
Guess which is the real Lembit Opik?Neil May (pictured left) works as a Lembit Opik (pictured right) lookey-likey & managed to make time in his schedule to talk to us...
Phil Sumner from British Sea Power will be more careful next time.
Freddie Marsh was relieved to find suitable undergarments.
Nigel Briggs picknicked on the very spot where the Golden Hare had been hidden.
David Bull wishes he'd remembered how to start his Rolls Royce.
Micheal Dick with his lost daughter circled in the backgroundMichael Dick recounts a curious coincidence including his lost daughter and a photograph
The PoliceDerek Dowsett was managing bands in the 1980s when he had an interesting offer from a man called Stewart Copeland...
Anita RoddickSimon Binns offers a tribute to Anita Roddick - and a pang of regret.
KnickersAlan was a man. A man who liked manly things. Until a girl asked him to wear her knickers...
BlurMalcolm Howlett tells a tale of schoolboy rivalry and adult regret. And oh, how it stings...
DIY enthusiast Nigel Kirk wishes he hadn't used a nail gun to repair his bathroom floor.
Rubik's CubeStewart Arnold still can't encounter a Rubik's Cube without feeling a pang of regret...
Paul Barkes got lost in his own maize maze at Thorpe Farm Country Park.
BabyJenny Gibbons was looking forward to the arrival of her second baby. Her birth plan was sorted. Her husband was on alert. And she’d done it all before for goodness’ sake. What could possibly go wrong?
NYCRichard Leighton thought he'd take a break in New York; Meet some girls, live it up a little - & still slip home in time for the start of term...
Harry PotterDavid Stenhouse's sorry tale about a book, a signature and a boy with magic powers...
Philip McCabePhilip McCabe wishes he'd known a bit more about bees before attempting to break a world record.
Tour de FranceMark O'Conor took part in the 2005 Etape du Tour - the stage of the Tour de France open to amateur cyclists
Mick Penning wishes he had paid £1 to join that pools syndicate.
Pyramid stage, GlastonburySt Etienne's Bob Stanley wishes he'd known what a dreadful experience Glastonbury was going to be...
Sven-Goran ErikssonMeet Derek Williams, Sven-Goran Eriksson lookalike. If only he'd realised sooner....

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Carl McCoy is an anti-GM activist who wanted to stick it to the man. His direct action didn't quite go as planned...
Philip Sparkes had perhaps unrealistically high hopes for a Tuscan holiday… with two girlfriends.
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